by Andrew Crisp
Local indie rock three-piece Low-Fi played its final show before going on indefinite hiatus on Jan. 21 at Tom Grainey's. The packed show turned the upstairs of the Old Boise bar into a dance floor, where fans got down to the musical stylings of Todd Sloan, Josh Gilmore and Kevin Alspach.
The band played a collection of its hits, including a Neil Young cover that put the vocals of Todd Sloan on par with the Canadian singer-songwriter's trademark crooning.
The band has been featured in the Music from Stanley showcase, and on the CW's television show One Tree Hill. Formed in 2007, the band released the EP Where You Are that same year, and went on to play all over the West.
While Low-Fi is on an indefinite hiatus, stay tuned for what the individual members have in store—it sounds like none of them are giving up on the Boise music scene.